Goodson, Lockhart and Allied Families

Notes


Will SNEAD

children: Donald, James, Mertis


John Wilson GABRIEL

farmer/postmaster

Children
Milton Monroe GABRIEL b: 25 JAN 1842 in Lincoln County, NC
Abraham Alonzo GABRIEL b: 4 JAN 1844 in Lincoln County, NC
Harrison Sigmon GABRIEL b: 15 MAY 1846 in Mountain Creek Twp., Catawba County, NC
Susan Medora GABRIEL b: 14 OCT 1848 in Catawba County, NC
John Wilson GABRIEL b: 6 FEB 1851 in Catawba County, NC
Fannie Elizabeth GABRIEL b: 26 OCT 1853 in Catawba County, NC
Laura May GABRIEL b: 14 MAY 1856 in Catawba County, NC
Harriet Caroline "Callie" GABRIEL b: 16 DEC 1858 in Catawba County, NC
Bruce Alexander GABRIEL b: 26 FEB 1861 in Catawba County, NC
Ada M Eugenia GABRIEL b: 1 MAR 1863 in Catawba County, NC
Anna Jackson GABRIEL b: 21 AUG 1865 in Catawba County, NC


Harriett Caroline SIGMON

Children
Milton Monroe GABRIEL b: 25 JAN 1842 in Lincoln County, NC
Abraham Alonzo GABRIEL b: 4 JAN 1844 in Lincoln County, NC
Harrison Sigmon GABRIEL b: 15 MAY 1846 in Mountain Creek Twp., Catawba County, NC
Susan Medora GABRIEL b: 14 OCT 1848 in Catawba County, NC
John Wilson GABRIEL b: 6 FEB 1851 in Catawba County, NC
Fannie Elizabeth GABRIEL b: 26 OCT 1853 in Catawba County, NC
Laura May GABRIEL b: 14 MAY 1856 in Catawba County, NC
Harriet Caroline "Callie" GABRIEL b: 16 DEC 1858 in Catawba County, NC
Bruce Alexander GABRIEL b: 26 FEB 1861 in Catawba County, NC
Ada M Eugenia GABRIEL b: 1 MAR 1863 in Catawba County, NC
Anna Jackson GABRIEL b: 21 AUG 1865 in Catawba County, NC


Peter LINEBARGER

Note: Came to America in 1735, on Aug 26, landed at Philadelphia, along with his two brothers, John & Lewis Linebarger. The Linebarger family is of Alsatian or Lorraine descent, a mixture of French and German blood, sometimes referred to, at the time the family came to America as Palatines, but of then French nationality.


Martin , Jr SIGMON

Occupation: Millwright
Note: Married 2nd to Eleanor ? b ABT 1816. He is the son of Christopher Sigmon (Seigmann) & Katherine Klein ( Cline). It was stated that a funeral for a Martin Sigmon was preached by Rev. P. C. Henkle at St. John's Lutheran Church on 3rd Sunday (18) June 1865...is this the same Martin?


Jane ALLEN

Jane and her sister married brothers


Tom TOLLESON

Children
Jack TOLLESON
Tillman TOLLESON
Brooks TOLLESON
Charlie TOLLESON
John TOLLESON
Bill TOLLESON
Gracie TOLLESON
Rosa TOLLESON
Pearl TOLLESON
Fern TOLLESON
Laura TOLLESON
Nona TOLLESON


Milton Nelson ABERNATHY

Note: He had an out of wedlock son with Melissa Harwell. He may have married a Susan D ? (probably Nixon) and had a dau E.(ugenia) C. (or K.) 22 who married Alonzo Whitener 25 s/o Pinkney Whitener & D. M. ? of Burke County, NC, 29 Sep 1880 Lincoln County, NC. Also found was a Joseph T Abernathy d 8 Dec 1932 Lincoln County, NC, s/o Milton Abernathy & Susan Nixon & James Alfred Abernathy d 28 Dec 1938 Lincoln Co s/o Milton & Susan Abernathy. Milton may have married Josephine ?.

Children
Avery Waitsel HARWELL b: 13 MAY 1852 in Catawba County


Melissa HARWELL

Note: She had two sons out of wedlock. Avery Waitsell Harwell's father was Malissa's first cousin. Monroe Augustus Harwell's father was her nephew the son of her brother, John Horrace Harwell.

Father: Mason HARWELL b: ABT 1790
Mother: Margaret "Peggy" LINEBARGER b: 1796

Marriage 1 Milton Nelson ABERNATHY b: ABT 1824
Children
Avery Waitsel HARWELL b: 13 MAY 1852 in Catawba County, NC